qThe end of the Cold War was accompanied by a rush to proclaim the failure of realism as a theory of international politics. The news about the death of realism is premature, as this volume convincingly shows....Realism is alive and well. This excellent volume will help get the word out.q -- qForeign Affairsq qA superb collection of recent articles from the journal qInternational Security.q.. The introductory essay, which summarizes the development of realist theory, and the high quality of each contribution make this volume appropriate for undergraduate and graduate students alike.q -- qChoiceq Current debates about the nature of international politics have centered on the clash between supporters and critics of realism. qThe Perils of Anarchyq brings together a number of recent essays written in the realist tradition. It includes realist interpretations of the collapse of the Cold War order and of the emerging order that has replaced it, the sources of alignment and aggression, and the causes of peace. A final section provides a counterpoint by raising criticisms of and alternatives to the realist approach. Contributors: Charles L. Glaser. Christopher Layne. Peter Liberman. Lisa L. Martin. John J. Mearsheimer. Paul Schroeder. Randall Schweller. Stephen M. Walt. Kenneth N. Waltz. William C. Wohlforth. Fareed Zakaria. An qInternational Securityq ReaderThe news about the death of realism is premature, as this volume convincingly shows....Realism is alive and well. This excellent volume will help get the word out.
|Title||:||The Perils of Anarchy|
|Author||:||Michael Edward Brown, Sean M. Lynn-Jones, Steven E. Miller|
|Publisher||:||MIT Press - 1995-01|